Outsourcing to Bulgaria. Europe’s IT outsourcing destination
We have already talked about trends in IT outsourcing and the likelihood that more and more companies will realise the benefits of outsourcing in Europe. In the article Outsourcing to Europe: Technology and IT Outsourcing in Bulgaria we looked at some figures connected to Bulgaria’s performance on the labour market opportunities, education, strong IT development […]Read More
Magento or OpenCart? Which is the Better E-commerce Platform?
by Teodor, Solution Sales Specialist at Flat Rock If you’re looking to sell your products online, you need an e-commerce store. You can easily make profit with your own e-commerce solutions. These days this kind of business is maybe the most attractive for the retailers. Only by the end of 2013, the number of e-commerce deals […]Read More
Server Types – All You Need to Know
By Yana, Customer Support Specialist at Flat Rock When it comes to Internet, probably one of the first words which would come up in your mind would be ‘server’. The word is widely used and nowadays you can hardly find a person who hasn’t heard about servers.Read More
Choosing a PHP Framework: The Battle between Symfony and Zend
By Poly, Solution Sales Specialist at Flat Rock Your new PHP project is already on the table and awaits for the decision whether to develop it from scratch or use a framework for this purpose. Frameworks are not an absolute necessity, but they offer countless advantages, the most significant of which are the tools to develop […]Read More
MVC and Entity Framework
By Teodora, Quality assurance specialist at Flat Rock One of the most popular design patterns, used in the development of web applications is the MVC or Model View Controller. One of its most important advantages is the so called SoC (Separation of concerns). To put it simply – MVC allows separating the logic of an […]Read More
Are you Open to Django, Cake and Sensu?
By Polina, Solution Sales Specialist at Flat Rock The use of open source technology to run business IT environments has doubled since 2010. According to this year’s numbers, 78% of the companies run on open source and only less than 3% don’t use open source software at all.Read More